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Over the past few years, radiology information system (RIS) has turned into the core database for the imaging departments, ensuring them efficient electronic management. Traditionally, a radiology department's workflow was a closed system where paper-based imaging orders were received and delivered in the same format to the clinician. With the arrival of Radiology Information Systems and PACS, this fundamental relationship was forever changed, as immediate availability of images and anytime-anywhere access became synonymous with today's radiology departments.
With so many different RIS software at hand though, selecting the correct RIS is a difficult and tedious task for most radiology managers and practices. This is compounded by the fact that more often than not, it is a healthcare practice's IT department which ends up choosing the RIS, without any input from the radiologists themselves. Therefore, as a radiology manager or a healthcare supervisor, one must not only understand the importance of radiology information systems in detail, but also deduce how an RIS can merge with their existing workflow.
Before we begin to understand the importance of RIS, it is vital to understand various terminologies used in conjunction with a radiology information system. The basic components of radiology information systems include:
Today, RIS software is available both as a SaaS model as well as offline model, and denotes the future of technology adoption in the healthcare and radiology sector.
While most hospitals will spend the next decade upgrading their infrastructure and going through an extensive digital transformation, radiology departments have the opportunity to leap ahead of the pack by incorporating the use of analytics and the latest in IT infrastructure through innovative RIS platforms. Some of the many ways in which an RIS can support your future endeavors include:
Demystifying RIS into its most comprehensive features allows us to have a peek at what is in store for healthcare enterprises, individual radiologists, and small practices in the future. Let us have a look at a few of them:
At FWS, we have worked with numerous global healthcare enterprises and helped them implement robust RIS solutions as a part of our comprehensive Teleradiology services. With over 11 years of experience, we understand that the key to implementing RIS is the ability of the system to smoothly integrate with your existing workflow.
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